July 19, 2018

Ivanka Trump posts photo in a floral dress from 'science time' with students

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President Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, shared photos of her visit to a cybersecurity summer camp where she wore a flowy, floral dress.

Ivanka looked happy in the photos she posted on Instagram following the news of her clothing line being dropped by Hudson’s Bay – a Canadian department store.

The First Daughter went to a GenCyber Summer Camp which was held at Prince George’s Community College in Maryland, Washington.

Ivanka was present for an official visit since it was one of her duties as the advisor to the President.


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The 36-year-old daughter of the President seemed to be calm and collected despite the dilemma with her clothing line.

For the official visit, Ivanka opted for a classy, knee-length dress with a flowy, full skirt. The white dress had big, red flowers printed all over it. Her blonde hair was styled in waves and fell down her shoulders.


Ivanka was accompanied by Secretary of the Air Force, Heather Wilson, and the duo worked alongside the students and discussed the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields.

A student named Kennedy Ramsey said to WJLA, “They both know how to hold a conversation very well and they knew what they were doing, so it was fun.”


“If you emerge from this week, even with a small bit of the passion for STEM fields and cybersecurity, then we are all the better for it,” Ivanka said to the students.

Throughout the entire visit, Ivanka and Wilson both answered questions from the groups and discussed career options as well.

As for her clothing line, Ivanka Trump, Hudson’s Bay decided to drop the line throughout their stores because of its “performance.”

The First Daughter is yet to express her sentiments about the phase-out.